Previews of two Valiant Entertainment titles on sale April 20.
Dark Souls III and Ratchet & Clank Impressions
"Essentially the book is a reverse alien invasion story where Earth is the main aggressor."
The movie studios have to win the Pokémon battle first though…
BOOM! Box celebrates this landmark issue with extra pages and story content.
That's him, fur real…
On this episode, Jeff and I discuss Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos Annual #7 (Nov 1971), Shanna the She-Devil #1 (Dec 1972), Dagar the Invincible #1 (Oct 1972)
The show has been renewed after only one episode of Season 2.
Should Daredevil start to fear?
So there might be no apparent US release in theaters, it might will only be available on DVD, and will be released in 2017. So the good news is... Is there any good news in this?
"If Alan Moore asks you if you want to do an anthology, you say yes."
Now you can finally afford all those Civil War 2 tie-ins!
The animated adaptation for the comic book will be the first DC Animated movie given the rating.
That makes four.
Get the scoop on this news from the internet's number one Latino-themed Hollywood gossip column!
And Captain America: Civil War covers Entertainment Weekly's Summer Movie Preview issue
Don't click on this unless you want to know everything that happens in Captain America: Civil War.
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
Is she really human?
After reading a blog post about marketing to millennials, the theater chain will do just about anything to bring in more young customers.
Charles C. Dowd's Penny Powers and the Maniacal Meatloaf Monster needs your support on Kickstarter!
Too much of a good thing... Well, too much of a mediocre thing.
Maybe they should have had Frank Miller write and draw the thing after all!
Well, it's barely even a rumor, but screw it, click on this.
And he's serious about it!
Will it be grim and gritty? That's a silly question. It's a reboot, isn't it?
Also the latest sketch for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.
On this episode, Jeff and I discuss Superman #259-61, Fightin' Marines #131.
The Marvel veteran took time away from berating fans to throw blame on his fellow editor.